The Giants Gave Up A Touchdown On Third And 33

The Giants Gave Up A Touchdown On Third And 33

The Rams used a complete performance from each phase to trounce the Giants, 51-17 in Week 9.

Los Angeles Rams - Quarterback Brandon Allen, running back Justin Davis, linebacker Ejuan Price, tackles Andrew Donnal and Cornelius Lucas, wide receiver Mike Thomas and defensive back Isaiah Johnson.

Rams' place kicker Greg Zuerlein continued his excellent season going a ideal 9-for-9 on kick attempts, including three field goals and six extra points.

For the Giants, they'll look to win their second game of the season as they come off their bye week.

And oh, by the way, the team is still undefeated in matchups away from the Coliseum this year - pushing that record to 5-0. Less than three minutes into the first quarter, Aaron Donald broke into the Giants' backfield, sacked Manning and forced a fumble that the Rams recovered near midfield.

On their first series of the third quarter, the Rams drove 75 yards in seven plays and took a 34-10 lead on Gurley's one-yard touchdown run.

The Rams finished with 473 yards of total offense.

On 3rd-and-2, Goff hit tight end Tyler Higbee in the middle of the end zone for an eight-yard touchdown.

One can only imagine Mara reaching that point Sunday when the Giants were beaten badly on their home field 51-17 by the Los Angeles Rams.

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The Rams scored their third touchdown of the third quarter with 3:28 remaining, when Gurley scored on a four-yard run to put the Rams up 48-10. And from there, the visitors poured it on.

The good news for NY is that wide receiver Sterling Shepard (ankle) is active for the first time since Week 5 against the Los Angeles Chargers.

The Rams, after a series of terrible penalties, faced a 3rd-and-33 play from their own 48. Watkins' longest reception of the season gave the Rams a 24-7 lead.

Including a missed field goal by Aldrick Rosas for the fourth time in five games (he did not have an attempt in Week 5), the special teams outfit wasn't free of mistakes either.

The onslaught continued in the third quarter, as the Rams scored 21 points in the period to remove all doubt. "Obviously, we had some big turnovers in the first half". They then got a blocked punt from Cory Littleton and took a 41-10 lead on Goff's four-yard touchdown pass to Woods.

Gurley capped the third-quarter scoring with a four-yard touchdown run, after linebacker Cory Littleton blocked his second punt in three games to give L.A. the ball on the NY 18-yard line.

NY pulled a bit closer just after Manning became just the seventh quarterback in National Football League history to throw for over 50,000 yards.

Higbee's touchdown made him the ninth consecutive tight end to score against the Giants defense, setting a new National Football League record for futility.

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